Bringing the best of both audio performance and video performance worlds into one iPad app, Takete could well be the next big thing for music and AV performers. Check out the video below.
Rather than performing using a laptop running Ableton Live plus a video program, controlling one or both with a MIDI controller or an iPad and then trying to perform live whilst also coordinating the audio and video effects... you could just investigate Takete for iPad. Here's what the developer tells us about it:
Based on the phenomenon of synesthesia, Takete offers fine control between audio and visual elements to create immersive and tightly integrated AV works.
The flexible architecture allows audio and visual elements to be combined in unlimited ways and routed dynamically to suit the performer.
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